Studies of Labor Market Intermediation
David Autor ()
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Chapters in this book:
- Introduction to "Studies of Labor Market Intermediation" , pp 1-23
- David Autor
- Jobs Online , pp 27-65
- Alice O. Nakamura, Kathryn Shaw, Richard B. Freeman, Emi Nakamura and Amanda Pyman
- The Internet and Job Search , pp 67-86
- Betsey Stevenson
- Effect of Employer Access to Criminal History Data on the Labor Market Outcomes of Ex-Offenders and Non-Offenders , pp 89-125
- Keith Finlay
- Do Online Labor Market Intermediaries Matter? The Impact of AlmaLaurea on the University-to-Work Transition , pp 127-154
- Manuel F. Bagues and Mauro Sylos Labini
- Private Deception and the Rise of Public Employment Offices in the United States, 1890-1930 , pp 155-181
- Woong Lee
- Mortgage Broker Regulations That Matter: Analyzing Earnings, Employment, and Outcomes for Consumers , pp 183-231
- Morris M. Kleiner and Richard M. Todd
- The Effects of a Centralized Clearinghouse on Job Placement, Wages, and Hiring Practices , pp 235-271
- Muriel Niederle and Alvin E. Roth
- Helping Workers Online and Offline: Innovations in Union and Worker Organization Using the Internet , pp 273-306
- Richard B. Freeman and Marit Rehavi M.
- Temporary Help Services Employment in Portugal, 1995-2000 , pp 309-334
- René Böheim and Ana Rute Cardoso
- Does Temporary Help Work Provide a Stepping Stone to Regular Employment? , pp 335-372
- Michael Kvasnicka
- Temporary Help Agencies and the Advancement Prospects of Low Earners , pp 373-398
- Fredrik Andersson, Harry J. Holzer and Julia Lane
- The Role of Temporary Help Employment in Low-Wage Worker Advancement , pp 399-436
- Carolyn Heinrich, Peter R. Mueser and Kenneth R. Troske
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